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07-09-2013 03:55 PM
the Kolector Nobody has ANY thoughts or opinions on this?
07-07-2013 09:38 PM
the Kolector
Quick Disconnect Sway Bar Links

So, here is my issue. I have a 3in Teraflex lift on my 07 2door JK. It has happened twice where the cotter pin that holds the quick disconnect sway bars in place has been sheared off when connected. I don't know if they are somehow binding up causing the extra force or what, so I think I will just be replacing them, leading me to my question. I have Synergy Suspension track bar and front lower control arms and just like their stuff. Has anyone else had much dealing with them, compared to, say, Teraflex? They are roughly the same cost, just wanted to get other opinions on them.

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